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FBI Unbound: How National Security Letters Violate Our Privacy


Published 2008


From the Bill of Rights Defense Committee on National Security Letters.

See http://www.bordc.org/


Audio/Visual sound, color
Contact Information http://www.bordc.org/

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Reviewer: brewster - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 23, 2008
Subject: Good overview of the secret life of current US law enforcement

National security letters are a major tool of current US law enforcement, and they are problematic. A major issue is the "gag" component that makes it so that if a recipient tells anyone they even got one (except their lawyer) they can go to jail.

The Internet Archive got one and fought it, but we were one of 3 out of 200,000 to do so publicly.

http://www.archive.org/iathreads/post-view.php?id=192021

A good little movie to watch, in my opinion.
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